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As Nestle continues to fight to increase its Michigan water withdrawals in court, three bills were introduced that would increase state control over its water resources.
The exhibit is available for all museum visitors to see starting Thursday, Dec. 5.
The battle between commercial fishers and recreational anglers is currently being fought through legislation.
Former EPA administrator Gina McCarthy assumes her position at NRDC on January 6, 2020. McCarthy led the EPA from 2013 – 2017.
In this month’s column, Great Lakes Now writer John Hartig talks about knowing and working with the late Rep. John Conyers on environmental and conservation issues in Detroit.
A Notre Dame graduate student is scaling up her social media to school us about freshwater fish and the Great Lakes.
Flooding and high water levels have the International Joint Commission taking an early look at its water management plan. Meanwhile, New York is suing over the water damage.
The history of fishing, particularly commercial fishing, in the Great Lakes is a story of the rise, fall and return of native fish populations.